Topic "How Can I Upload without Dialogue Prompts?"

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Richard_D
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I have just upgraded to WinSCP 3.7.6 and from Win 98SE to XP Pro. Previously, I was able to simply drag files from local folders and drop onto my remote web server as a one-step process; but I am now getting a 'Copy Dialogue' box before each transfer. Is there any way to turn off these dialogues so that drag and drop transfers will happen without further prompting?

TIA,

Richard_D
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Cin

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There is a way, go to Options > Preferences. On that dialog is a list of check boxes. Just make sure the appropriate boxes are ticked, ie. overwrite, etc.
Richard_D
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[quote="Cin"]There is a way, go to Options > Preferences. On that dialog is a list of check boxes. Just make sure the appropriate boxes are ticked, ie. overwrite, etc.[/quote]

Got it! Thanks so much, I don't know how it missed this, it was right under my nose. Neutral
Cin

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Richard_D wrote:
Cin wrote:
There is a way, go to Options > Preferences. On that dialog is a list of check boxes. Just make sure the appropriate boxes are ticked, ie. overwrite, etc.


Got it! Thanks so much, I don't know how it missed this, it was right under my nose. Neutral


No problemo. The copy dialog annoys me to. Razz
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I have v3.7.6 and I have this problem too. I unchecked every box under preferences --> confirmations, but when I right-click a file and use 'send to winscp' and choose the session, I am STILL getting the copy confirmation box coming up. very annoying, help??

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-Trev
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Anonymous wrote:
I have v3.7.6 and I have this problem too. I unchecked every box under preferences --> confirmations, but when I right-click a file and use 'send to winscp' and choose the session, I am STILL getting the copy confirmation box coming up. very annoying, help??

How else you want to specify target directory?
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